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Jinyue Dong
Jinyue Dong
Economista Senior
China

Dr. Dong joined BBVA Research as an economist for the Asia region in 2014. Her main research area focuses on the Chinese economy. Specifically, Jinyue Dong is responsible for projections related to the key macroeconomic indicators of the Asian giant, which is based on forecasting models, periodicals that cover analysis of important developments and political actions by the authorities, as well as reports on Different aspects of the Chinese economy. On the other hand, it is also responsible for investigations related to internal and external customer inquiries.


Before holding this position at BBVA, he also worked at the Monetary Authority of Hong Kong, the Asian Development Bank and the National Commission for the Reform and Development of China.


He has a PhD in Economics from the City University of Hong Kong, a master's degree in the same subject from the University of Hong Kong and is a graduate in economic studies from the University of International Business and Economics of Beijing. In addition, she has published several articles in academic journals, such as the Journal of International Money and Finance, and is the author of several working documents for the Bank for International Settlements (BIS), the International Monetary Research Institute of Hong Kong and the Asian Bank of Developing.

Últimas publicaciones

El banco central de China ha anunciado que, de ahora en adelante, no utilizará su antiguo tipo de interés de referencia de los préstamos como el de la política monetaria.
La desaceleración del crecimiento perduró durante el tercer trimestre. El crecimiento del PIB se ralentizó hasta situarse en el 6% interanual, la tasa de crecimiento más baja de las tres últimas décadas. El futuro de la economía china depende del desarrollo de las negociaciones comerciales con EE. UU. en la fase actual.
Los indicadores de agosto apuntan a una desaceleración significativa en la actividad este verano. Esto, junto con los datos de crédito y comercio publicados anteriormente, parece confirmar que las incertidumbres derivadas de la guerra comercial entre EE.UU. y China han impactado en la confianza y en la expansión económica.